''This story is not over''.
Luca Cordero di Montezemolo was upset and promised that it wasn't over. Ferrari's boss is very upset with the decision taken by the FIA not to fine and disqualify the McLaren-Mercedes team for this current 2007 season. Another good old espionnage story in F1 racing.
Ferrari is pleading that McLaren spied on them and also managed to acquire fraudulously some informations about their F1 racing car. Those informations were acquired by a McLaren employee named Mike Coughlan.
The FIA judged that McLaren did possess the informations in question but the proof haven't been made that McLaren did in fact used those informations against Ferrari at any point. But the FIA also kept a revision possibility if such a proof is eventually made, a proof that would've clearly modified of the 2007 championship this far.
Ferrari has fired an employee since the beginning of that mini-scandal, Nigel Stepney, the person in Ferrari's organization who transmitted the informations to Coughlan and into McLaren's files. But if mister Luca Cordero di Montezemolo says that this story ain't over, then some more details could appear in the weeks to come.
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